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Re: Server 2008 Connection Dropout
Maybe your Internet cable or hardware is faulty but If your problem fix by restart then add a schedule to restart your network on every 6 day?
Using a static IP is good idea(as suggested by Blood)
Re: RDP in Server 2008 R1 DOAMtech61;256715 wrote:OK, That took me one step closer. It now asks for my Password whereas before It would not. But it still won’t let me in. I got in with Logmein and checked the event viewer and got this event:
The Terminal Server security layer detected an error in the protocol stream and has disconnected the client.
I tried to log in from my office (They are 20km away).
Seems you’ve some problem in Terminal Security option..
Change your terminal security to Normal or change to other option and also if possible then send a screenshot of your RDP setting(My Computer >> Properties >> RDP Setting)
– Problem 1: Either your Remote Computer does not support your Local PC RDP Security setting or your Local PC does not accept your Remote Computer Security setting..
– Problem 2: You’ve chose or select a wrong security setting for RDP Logins..
Re: Block URLs using NAT (Windows Server 2003 RRAS)aimip;256027 wrote:Hi,
I want to block specific URL without using any Proxy Server. I have Server 2003 machine configured for NAT and my all users can access internet. I just want to block some URLS.
I think you can block URL by using windows hosts file ?
Open Windows hosts file in notepad and enter this text(max 1 entry per line)Quote:127.0.0.1 Example.com
(Note If you use example.com then user can access this site through www. so block site with and without www. and http or https,etc..)
Re: VirtUAL pc 2007 Questionjwc1972;253954 wrote:virtual pc 2007 64 bit problem
i use build 7100×64 and installed virtual pc 2007 for x64 with sp1.
i mounted the windows server 2008 r2 and booted. But I get this error:
Info: Attempting to load a 64-bit application, however this CPU is not
compatible with 64-bit mode.
Is there a solution for this problem?
If your Computer support Virtualization(VT) then you can run 64BIT OS on VirtualBox or Vmware workstation. :-P
Hi, Beginner from India and Want to ask some question
I am new to this forum and I find this forum through google by searching Windows 2008 App lock keyword :-P
I like this forum because of this forum is simple and knowledgeable.
– Where can learn forum rules?
– How can I see forum post in oldest first?
KunnuApril 9, 2012 at 9:21 pm in reply to: Server 2008 r2 "No internet access" when on DMZ but internet access when on the LAN #385604
Re: Server 2008 r2 "No internet access" when on DMZ but internet access when on the L
Configure your Internet connection from TCP/IP >> IPV4 or IPV6 then your internet connection start working.
Re: RPC-HTTP Simple Question
Yes thanks, that was my question, I can see it says requies windows 2003 server in GC role but what I’m trying to establish is does that role have to be on the exchange server or can it be on another windows 2003 GC in the same domain? This is what is not clear to me.
Re: RPC-HTTP Simple Question
Yes I’ve read every post and Microsoft article out there but have had no joy.
I’ve folowed all the inctructions and when I launch outlook it tries to connect using HTTPS but promtps for a username and Password. Once i’ve entered the correct credentials outlook connects but using TCP/IP rather than HTTPS.
As I can’t see that I’ve done anything else wrong I’m just confused with regards to what and how these NTDS settings actually do and whether the Exchange server needs to be a GC in order to have these settings.